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1. Word cloud
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In what year did WWI begin?
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Nationalism is the strong belief that your nation or country is superior to all others. During World War I, countries competed to have the most powerful military. Nationalism was a major cause of World War I, as countries vied for power and influence.
The Rise of Nationalism and World War I
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Nationalism: The belief that a nation should be independent and have its own government World War I: A global war fought from 1914 to 1918 that involved most of the world's great powers and caused significant destruction and loss of life Allied Powers: The countries that fought together against the Central Powers during World War I, including Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, and the United States
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During World War I, countries around the world changed their flags to include the colors red, white, and blue, as a sign of nationalism and patriotism. The first national anthem, 'The Star-Spangled Banner', was written during the War of 1812, but it was during World War I that it began to be used to honor the United States. The 'Russian National Anthem' was created during World War I to help boost national pride and patriotism among the Russian people.
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5. Open question
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What impact did nationalism have on World War I?
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What were some of the effects of World War I?
7. Open question
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What does it mean to be a nationalist?
8. Open question
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What can we learn from World War I about the consequences of nationalism?
9. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a butterfly flying in a sky filled with popcorn clouds.
10. Drawings
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Question: How did nationalism during World War I contribute to the conflict? Clues: • Nationalism is a feeling of loyalty to a nation and a sense of pride in its culture and history. • During World War I, many countries were driven by a strong sense of nationalism and wanted to prove their superiority. • Some countries felt it was their duty to promote their own national interests. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Work in pairs and create a drawing illustrating how nationalism during World War I contributed to the conflict. B. Pretend to be a leader of a country during World War I and explain why it is important to promote the national interests of your country.
11. Poll
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What is nationalism?
  • The belief that one's nation is superior to others
  • The desire for a united world government
  • A philosophy of non-violent resistance
12. Poll
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What were some causes of nationalism in Europe leading up to World War I?
  • Competition for colonies and resources, ethnic tensions and rivalries, the rise of powerful nation-states
  • Religious conflict, climate change, economic inequality
13. Poll
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Which country's assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the spark that ignited World War I?
  • Serbia
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Germany
14. Poll
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How did nationalism contribute to the start of World War I?
  • Nationalism led to increased competition between nations and a desire for power , which contributed to tensions and rivalries between countries.
  • Nationalism encouraged countries to work together towards peace and cooperation.
  • Nationalism had no influence on the start of World War I.
15. Poll
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How did nationalism impact the outcome of World War I?
  • It helped fuel propaganda efforts that bolstered support for war among citizens.
  • It played a role in redrawing national borders after the war was over.
  • Both A and B.
16. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What impact did nationalism have on World War I?

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